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July 9, 2013
Ms Martin,
Sympathy from a Pre-Dent circa 1974.
Also a technical person in SF circa 1980. I was at Atari for the roll out of Pacman. I now live in VA. Regards,Dick
March 14, 2012
I am so sorry and shocked to hear of your tremendous loss. I learned of this terrible news today as I was browsing the Penn State online alumni directory. Rich and I were classmates in the nuclear engineering major at Penn State. We studied together during late nights in Hammond Building, ate grilled stickies at the Diner, graduated the same year, and then it seems we lost our hair at the same rate. He was always quick with both smile and wit. It is evident that the promise and energy within him then foretold his many accomplishments. Please accept my deepest and warmest sympathy.
March 6, 2012
Hi Susan and Zoe,
I'm sorry I took time to write this message, but I couldn't find the words to describe my pain and how I really feel about Rich.
He was a great hostdad and I will never forget how he made me feel like I was a member of your family.
Few times I was lost, few times I was homesick or upset , and he always cheer me up when I needed it. I remembered once, he took me in his arms and told me "anne, everything is gonna be fine"...
My year in America wouldn't have been as awesome as it was without Richard ( he was always making fun at me when I was saying this word, remember ? ^^) and I thanks God I had the chance to be with all of you for all this months.
Our great christmas tree hunting, Thanksgiving, violin lessons by skype, prayers at dinners made my year unforgetable.
thanks richard for everything, and I know you're here with us, I know you helped me when I felt useless in france. You are in my heart.

I'll keep you and your family in my prayers!
Love,
Anne.
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